Bible Reading Schedule

 

Bible Reading Schedule

There are many different plans and schedules to read the Bible.  Some suggest reading 15 minutes a day, others suggest a half hour, and others advocate even longer.  Some would say to read 10 verses of the Bible, others would say one chapter, and still others would recommend ten chapters.  Some would recommend choosing a Bible book and reading it ten times, over and over.  And others would advocate beginning in Genesis and reading straight through to Revelation—then repeating this schedule.  There are benefits and disadvantages to some of these plans and programs.  We do believe that regular, planned, careful reading is the best—rather than sporadically reading or reading here and there, without any system.

We’ve never tried the following Bible reading schedule but it may appeal to some of you who wish to have a general overview of the entire Scriptures, from Genesis to Revelation.  This schedule was formulated and is practiced by Wes from his website.  You can print this page and then note the date and perhaps the time it takes to read each section.  Please see the accompanying schedule for the suggested times for reading.

The Old Testament in 31 Days (929 chapters)

Total to date:

Day 1 – Genesis 1-30 –

Day 2 – Genesis 31-50, Exodus 1-10 –

Day 3 – Exodus 11-40 –

Day 4 – Leviticus 1-27, Numbers 1-3 –

Day 5 – Numbers 4-33 –

Day 6 – Numbers 34-36, Deuteronomy 1-27 –

Day 7 – Deuteronomy 28-34, Joshua 1-23 –

Day 8 – Joshua 24, Judges 1-21, Ruth 1-4, I Samuel 1-4 –

Day 9 – I Samuel 5-31, II Samuel 1-3 –

Day 10 – II Samuel 4-24, I Kings 1-9 –

Day 11 – I Kings 10-22, II Kings 1-17 –

Day 12 – II Kings 18-25, I Chronicles 1-22 –

Day 13 – I Chronicles 23-29, II Chronicles 1-23 –

Day 14 – II Chronicles 24-36, Ezra 1-10, Nehemiah 1-7 –

Day 15 – Nehemiah 8-13, Esther 1-10, Job 1-14 –

Day 16 – Job 15-42, Psalms 1-2 –

Day 17 – Psalms 3-32 –

Day 18 – Psalms 33-62 –

Day 19 – Psalms 63-92 –

Day 20 – Psalms 93-122 –

Day 21 – Psalms 123-150, Proverbs 1-2 –

Day 22 – Proverbs 3-31, Ecclesiastes 1 –

Day 23 – Ecclesiastes 2-12, Song of Solomon 1-8, Isaiah 1-11 –

Day 24 – Isaiah 12-41 –

Day 25 – Isaiah 42-66, Jeremiah 1-5 –

Day 26 – Jeremiah 6-36 –

Day 27 – Jeremiah 37-52, Lamentations 1-5, Ezekiel 1-10 –

Day 28 – Ezekiel 11-41 –

Day 29 – Ezekiel 42-48, Daniel 1-12, Hosea 1-11 –

Day 30 – Hosea 12-14, Joel 1-3, Amos 1-9, Obadiah 1, Jonah 1-4, Micah 1-7, Nahum 1-3 –

Day 31 – Habakkuk 1-3, Zephaniah 1-3, Haggai 1-2, Zechariah 1-14, Malachi 1-4 –

The New Testament in 9 Days (260 chapters)

Day 1 – Matthew 1-28, Mark 1-2

Day 2 – Mark 3-16, Luke 1-16

Day 3 – Luke 17-24, John 1-21

Day 4 – Acts 1-28, Romans 1-2

Day 5 – Romans 3-16, I Corinthians 1-16

Day 6 – II Corinthians 1-13, Galatians 1-6, Ephesians 1-6, Philippians 1-4

Day 7 –Colossians 1-4, I Thessalonians 1-5, II Thessalonians 1-3, I Timothy 1-6, II Timothy 1-4

Day 8 – Titus 1, Philemon 1, Hebrews 1-13, James 1-5, I Peter 1-5, II Peter 1-3

Day 9 – I John 1-5, II John 1, III John 1, Jude 1, Revelations 1-22

 

Psalm 118:8 is the exact center of the Bible (KJV)

This schedule was prepared by Wes on his memory website:

www.InternationalEbookLibrary.com/BlankBibleReadingScheduleAug.pdf

 

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